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Jason Segel Talks Teachers, Muppets, Mothers, And Five Year Engagements
Wednesday, June 22 by

He’s a very busy man.

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The Muppets Parody Green Lantern In New Teaser Trailer
Thursday, June 16 by

Kermit may do a better raspy Ryan Reynolds than even Ryan Reynolds himself.

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11 Must See Films for 2011
Thursday, January 6 by

While I’m sure this list will be altered as the year progresses and new information comes to light, I’ve made a preliminary rundown of 11 films I refuse to miss in 2011, all others be damned.

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Aw Man, The Muppet Movie Has Hipsters
Wednesday, December 15 by

We have photo proof that hipsters have been loitering around the set of the new Muppet Movie. The muppet in question goes by the name of Walter and probably listens to bands named after the sounds that pots make when they hit the floor.

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Paul Rudd Won’t Voice New Tech-Savvy Muppet
Monday, December 6 by

It has been rumored that Paul Rudd would voice the new (dork) muppet Walter in his friend Jason Segel’s The Muppets. Well the actor just called bullsh*t on that idea.

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It’s Time to Get Things Started: A First Look at Jason Segel’s ‘The Muppets’
Wednesday, November 10 by

They could call it “The Cancer Causing Anti-American Puppet Crapstravaganza,” and I’d still go see it twice.

Keep Shia Labeouf Away From ‘The Greatest Muppet Movie of All Time’
Thursday, May 20 by

George 'El Guapo' Roush of Latino Review says that "if you hate The Muppets, you hate life." I'll take it one step further. If you hate The Muppets, I hate you. By that logic, I don't hate Nick Stoller, the director of Forgetting Sarah Marshall. Stoller is at the helm of the latest outing from Kermit and the gang, The Greatest Muppet Movie of All Time. I always call The Muppets, the 'gateway drug for comedy nerds.' It's the first comedy we're introduced to, at least people our age. That's what we're going for with that. It will be for the whole family I guess, and for anyone who likes Muppets." Unlike my other childhood favorites (Star Wars, Indiana Jones, Eraserhead), The Muppets are perfect for a remake/reboot since the characters don't age. Well, neither does that "baby" from Eraserhead, but that's pretty much a Muppet when you think about it. At any rate, until Shia Labeouf signs on as the villain who pretends to be interested in porking Miss Piggy so he can kidnap The Muppets and sell them off to "Furries," I'm going to remain optimistic. Waka, Waka, Waka!